Vellutello, Alessandro

Attributed to Alessandro Vellutello
Purgatorio, Canti IX-X: Section of the Mountain, with Sun on the Right and Half Moon to the Left; Lucia Carries the Sleeping Dante Up to the Next Rim of the Mountain; Dante Kneels Before the Angel-Gatekeeper, Who Guards the Door of Purgatory; Penitential Climb Through a Narrow Cleft in the Rock to Arrive Where the Mountain Falls Back to the Open Above
1966.12:13
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Attributed to Alessandro Vellutello
Purgatorio, Canto IV, VI: Left Section of the Mountain Top Surrounded by the Sea, the Setting Sun and Stars; Constellation of Three Stars on the Right; Virgil and Dante Exit the Mouth of the Narrow Passage; Virgil and Dante Sit on a Bench; They Pass the Negligent Princes Sitting by a Large Boulder and Dante Talks to Belacqua; Sordello Embraces Virgil; Sordello Guides Virgil and Dante; Sordello Points Out Some of the Souls to Virgil and Dante
1966.12:12
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Attributed to Alessandro Vellutello
Right Half of Purgatorio, Canti I, II, III, IV, IX: Right Section of Mountain Surrounded by the Sea and the Sun at Top; Sun and Sign of the Zodiac (Capricorn?) at Lower Right; In the Center, Round Hole Through Which Virgil and Dante Leave Inferno; Virgil Washes Dante's Face to Purify Him Before Entering the Purgatorio; Virgil and Dante Climb up the Mountain Through a Narrow Passage; Meeting with Belacqua; They Ascend Further Up the Mountain; St. Lucy Carries the Sleeping Dante to the Gates of Paradise?
1966.12:11
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Attributed to Alessandro Vellutello
Left Half of Purgatorio, Canti I-II, III: Left Section of the Mountain and Beach Surrounded by the Sea, with the Sun and the Heavenly Steersman on the Ship of Souls at Upper Left and Cato Speaking to the Souls on the Beach; Virgil Picks Reeds with which he Crowns Dante; They Meet Casella, Who Embraces Dante; They Meet Manfred
1966.12:10
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Attributed to Alessandro Vellutello
Inferno, Canti XXVI-XXVII. Circle of the False Counselors: Virgil and Dante Proceed Towards the Middle of the Circle, Where the False Counselors are Enveloped in Flames; They Meet Ulysses and Diomedes Enveloped by a Bifurcated Flame; They Meet Count Guido da Montefeltro
1966.12:9
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Attributed to Alessandro Vellutello
Inferno, Canti XXI-XXII. The Circle of the Swindlers: A Devil Carrying an Old Man from Lucca; Dante Hides while Virgil Talks with the Devils; Devil Throws Old Man into the Pit of Tar; Virgil and Dante Speak with the Devils; Virgil and Dante Meet Ciampolo da Navarre, Fra Gomita, and Don Michel Zanche of Logodoro. Dante Hides while Virgil Talks with the Devils. At top, a town
1966.12:8
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Attributed to Alessandro Vellutello
Purgatorio, Canto XXXIII and Paradiso, Canto I. Dante Drinks from the Eunoe, the Stream of Good Memory; Accompanying Beatrice, Dante Ascends to the Circle of Fire
1966.12:20
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Attributed to Alessandro Vellutello
Purgatorio, Canto XXXII. Dante, Stazio and Matilda, and a Further Female Figure (Beatrice?) Looking at the Tree of Eden; Cart Representing the Church with the Prostitute Representing the Roman Curia on it, Dragged by the Giant Representing France
1966.12:19
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Attributed to Alessandro Vellutello
Purgatorio, Canto XXIX-XXX. The Seven Lights, the Twenty-four Elders, and the Griffin; Virgil, Dante, Stazio and Matilda Leave the Forest; They Walk along the River; Virgil Disappears
1966.12:18
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Attributed to Alessandro Vellutello
Purgatorio, Canti XXVIII-XXIX. Virgil, Dante, Stazio and Matilda, Walking in the Garden along the River, Continue to Converse; Apparition of the Seven Lights and of the Elders
1966.12:17
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